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Old 31-05-19, 07:59 AM   #1
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We provide genuine Peugeot parts which out the big price tag. Most of our prices are trade prices if not better.

We ship all across the country.

If you can't find what you are looking for send us an enquiry form found on our website or send us a message on here.

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Do you give some kind of discount for Forum Users?

Only, just as an example, you want £76.90 for a set of front brake pads for my 308 2.6 BlueHDI

E.g.
£25.50 at Eurocarparts for Eicher pads (they are goo, used them before)
£17.83 + £8.54 p&p from autodoc for Valeo pads

So, what extra do I get for my £76.90?
Can't be any different from prices at a Peugeot Garage
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Do you give some kind of discount for Forum Users?

Only, just as an example, you want £76.90 for a set of front brake pads for my 308 2.6 BlueHDI

E.g.
£25.50 at Eurocarparts for Eicher pads (they are goo, used them before)
£17.83 + £8.54 p&p from autodoc for Valeo pads

So, what extra do I get for my £76.90?
Can't be any different from prices at a Peugeot Garage
I have looked into it, the part from Peugeot is 85.02 + VAT so from Peugeot dealer £102.02.

I can do a bit more on those brakes they are now 66.33 + 5.99 Shipping.

What you get is a 2 Year warranty that can be used at any Peugeot Dealer and it will cost you nothing if something should be at fault for whatever reason. Our parts would be what your car had from the factory.

I understand there may be non-genuine cheaper but they are cheaper because they are not genuine.

I can only go with what Peugeot recommend for the vehicle. I understand some things will be too expensive we do try our best, some things are on our website are cheaper than trade prices.

Hope that was a good answer, my first day on here as a vendor
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I have looked into it, the part from Peugeot is 85.02 + VAT so from Peugeot dealer £102.02.

I can do a bit more on those brakes they are now 66.33 + 5.99 Shipping.

What you get is a 2 Year warranty that can be used at any Peugeot Dealer and it will cost you nothing if something should be at fault for whatever reason. Our parts would be what your car had from the factory.

I understand there may be non-genuine cheaper but they are cheaper because they are not genuine.

I can only go with what Peugeot recommend for the vehicle. I understand some things will be too expensive we do try our best, some things are on our website are cheaper than trade prices.

Hope that was a good answer, my first day on here as a vendor
What is "Genuine" about parts from Peugeot?
And "Non-genuine" about the others?

Peugeot don't make brake pads, they buy then from primary OEM companies - like Valeo for instance?
EU legislation (currently) applies to brake parts which is very strict as to the quality of parts that can be sold + they will all have a 1 year warranty by law.

So, who needs a 2 year warranty on 'consumable' parts like brake pads?
If Peugeot are charging £102.02 for a set of these brake pads I'd like to see their price justification

These numbers just don't add up?
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What is "Genuine" about parts from Peugeot?
And "Non-genuine" about the others?

Peugeot don't make brake pads, they buy then from primary OEM companies - like Valeo for instance?
EU legislation (currently) applies to brake parts which is very strict as to the quality of parts that can be sold + they will all have a 1 year warranty by law.

So, who needs a 2 year warranty on 'consumable' parts like brake pads?
If Peugeot are charging £102.02 for a set of these brake pads I'd like to see their price justification

These numbers just don't add up?
I understand where you are coming from.

Say you went bought some from Eurocar parts and you have a problem after they are fitted. You will need to go to an independent garage to get them assessed and get a report saying it is the parts faults then take that to euro car parts to get an exchange.

If you go with the genuine ones you go to any Peugeot dealer and they sort it all out. I don't work directly for Peugeot I can just offer their parts at cheaper rates than they are willing to do.

Here is an explanation I have found comparing genuine and non-genuine.

Genuine spare parts

These might be called OE (it stands for Original Equipment) and they are the parts your car was fitted with when it was made. Even if they’re made by another company, they will probably come in a car manufacturer branded box. They’re the safest option because you know what you’re buying will fit your car and have the manufacturer’s guarantee. And if your car is still under the maker’s warranty it will remain valid. The downside is, these parts are generally the most expensive.



Aftermarket parts

Designed to be fitted to cars as a cheap substitute for OE parts, these might also be called replacement or pattern parts. This is because aftermarket companies frequently buy the rights to manufacture them using the template (pattern) from the original manufacturer.

Confusion arises because the term aftermarket covers a vast spectrum of quality. Aftermarket parts may outperform OE and OEM parts. High-end aftermarket firms analyse why OEM parts fail and improve the design. For example, car makers are frequently keen to keep costs low so they may insist on cheaper materials. Aftermarket firms may use higher quality ingredients.

On the other hand, aftermarket parts may be so poorly made your garage will have to adapt them to fit your car. The parts may be made from substandard materials and could wear out in half the time of an OEM part. Or they may be knocked up in a shed in a developing country and be downright dangerous.

As a basic check, make sure any parts have an ISO International Organisation for Standardisation stamp. Costs vary, depending on where and how they’re made, but they’re likely to be cheaper than OE or OEM parts. Assuming you buy one that’s the right quality, these are ideal for older cars.
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I agree 100% with what you say about warranty issues. One of my work colleagues had pagid pads fitted to his golf while under warranty by a reputable VAT registered garage about 6 months later while still under warranty the caliper developed a leak VW refused to replace the caliper under warranty as non VW pads were fitted even though pagid supply the original VW pads

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I agree that Manufacturer-branded parts are a safer bet if you don't know your way round car parts manufacturers - usually (let's not get into discussing Peugeot/Renault "Original" dual-mass flywheel quality issues here!)

But if you stick with big names that supply the big car makers, names like Valeo, Mann, Bosch Fram etc or the brake specialists like Brembo for example you won't go far wrong in the long term!

Charging more than 4x what a big OE manufacturer like Valeo wants for my brake pads is just taking the biscuit!
Knocking 25% off these inflated prices is not really going to convince anyone of their "merits"?

Sorry, but Eicher, Valeo & Brembo are good enough for my brake pads - and when they cross-reference the correct Peugeot part number in their catalogues I know they are going to fit properly
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